With a turnover of £1.4 billion and a workforce of around 16,000, Barts Health is the largest NHS trust in the country, and one of Britain’s leading healthcare providers. The Trust’s five hospitals – St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City, including the Barts Heart Centre, The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, Newham University Hospital in Plaistow, Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone and Mile End – deliver high quality compassionate care to the 2.5 million people of East London and beyond.
Recent improvements has led to a stronger focus on providing Safe and Compassionate care to our patients and this has increased opportunities available to learn, develop and expand your career. We believe that providing excellent education, training and development for our staff is essential. We offer a wide range of benefits for example access to childcare vouchers, home-electronic scheme giving you discounted prices for home –electronics, salary sacrifice for cars, season ticket loans and access to staff discount for local restaurants and gyms
So while we are improving, you can too - within a professionally challenging yet exciting environment.St Bartholomew’s Hospital NHS Trust Cardiovascular SurgeryClinical Fellow ST1/2 Level in CardiothoracicWard Based Working hours Monday – Friday 7.30am to 5pm ADVERT
An opportunity to work at Barts Heart Centre, largest Cardiothoracic Centre in Europe. The service would like to appoint one proactive and highly-motivated individual to join the complex tertiary service provided by Cardiothoracic Surgery .Applicants will need to have a broad experience in ward based medical work. This post will start in August 2018 and be for 6 months with the possibility of extension to 12 months.
The appointee will be looking managing the care of adult cardiac and thoracic patients, as well as HDU patients. There is a consultant led ward round every morning attended by Senior Fellow, Junior Fellow, Nursing staff, Pharmacists and microbiologists. There will be opportunities to undertake a wide range of procedures eg pleural drainage, under supervision. Working with a team of 13 Junior Fellows.
Bart’s Health NHS Trust is one of Britain’s leading healthcare providers and the largest trust in the NHS. It was created on 1 April 2012 by bringing together three trusts: Barts and The London NHS Trust, Newham University Hospital NHS Trust and Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust. The new trust has a turnover of approximately £1.1 billion and approximately 15,000 employees.
Together our hospitals - Newham University Hospital in Plaistow, St Bartholomew’s (Barts) in the City, The Royal London in Whitechapel, and Whipps Cross in Leytonstone - deliver high quality clinical care to the people of east London and further afield.
The hospitals offer a full portfolio of services that serve the needs of the local community, and are home to some of Britain’s leading specialist centres including cancer, cardiac, trauma and emergency care. Barts Health also has one of the UK’s busiest children’s hospitals and internationally renowned surgical facilities.
Our vision is to create a world-class health organisation that builds on strong relations with our partners and the communities we serve – one dedicated to ending the historic health inequalities in east London. We will build an international reputation for excellence in patient care, research and education. As members of UCL Partners, the largest academic health sciences system in the world, we will ensure that our patients are some of the first in the country to benefit from the latest drugs and treatments.
We are looking for the best talent to lead our ambitious new healthcare organisation. In return, the Bart’s Health will provide unsurpassed professional development opportunities, enabling investment in a range of new initiatives that would mean:
- doctors and nurses in training will be able to gain experience in different hospitals along the whole patient pathway;
- there would be greater opportunity for career progression – we could retain good staff who might otherwise leave to gain promotion;
- becoming world-class will enable us to recruit some of the best doctors and researchers in the world – who can share their knowledge and experience;
- joining forces with other partners in an Academic Health Science System will mean that staff would be better able to secure funds and pool their talents to develop new technology, techniques and treatments.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Wael Awad, telephone Apply
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